Tony White is the author of five novels, including Foxy-T, former literary editor of the Idler and has written for The Guardian and New Statesman.
Shifting between Holborn Police Station, rural 1980s France and the Battle of the Beanfield at Stonehenge, The Fountain in the Forest is a crime narrative with a difference. This is an ambitious, iconoclastic novel – an avant-garde linguistic experiment and meditation on liberty.
“Rich, riveting… White is always convivial company… His books are characterised by stylistic innovation, a feeling for place, a love of rogues and rebels.” – The Guardian, ‘Book of the Day’
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